There’s a disappointing lack of South Korean babes modelling the spanking new LG G Pro Lite. Has LG turned over a new, less pervy, leaf? Probably not.
Anyway! The LG G Pro Lite (gawd, that LG G flows so well) is nice and official, and as the name suggests, it’s pretty much an LG Optimus G Pro that’s Lite on face-punching specs.
Diving straight in, the LG G Pro Lite has a 5.5in display with a resolution of 960 x 540, significantly less pixels than on the 1080p LG Optimus G Pro.
Further LG G Pro Lite specs include a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and an 8MP rear camera, which marks a fairly dramatic drop from the quad-core, 2GB of RAM, 13MP big brother.
On the plus side, the LG G Pro Lite retains the monstrous 3,140mAh battery, and you’ve got software features such as KnockON (tap twice to power on) and QuickMemo (instantly jot memos from any screen), as well as a stylus that slots in neatly at the top of the phone.
All in all, nothing worth getting too excited about, but then the LG G Pro Lite is exactly what it’s intended to be, and that’s a more affordable version of the LG Optimus G Pro for markets including Latin America, Asia, Russia, China, India and the Middle East.